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Official Journal of Vermilion Parish School Board. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, , Saturday, Sept. 3, 1921. 1
ATTACKS MILK SUBSTITUTES
. McCullom, School of Hygiene and Public Health,
nohn Hopkins Uniersity, attacks milk sbstitutes in
arnal. before House Committee on Agriculture at
ashington. Considering Voigt bill to prohibit amnu.
facture and sale of milk compounds.
' In Part He Said
'"I guarantee that any Infant
that is fed for a few weeks on one
of these milk substitutes will de
velop rickets as severe as this,"
said Dr. McCullom, showing a
photograph. "The milk substitutes
are an inferior product. How many
people in the crowded quarters of
the cities understand the finer
pointS of the labeL".
Dr. McCullom denounced the use
of cocoanut oil as a substitute for
butterfat, saying the dairy cow can
not compete with the cocoanut
cow. He claimed that the health of
children will he seriously endan
gered by the substitutes whose
manufacture has reached tremen
dous proportions. He said the co
coanut oil is lacking in vitamines
necessary to children's growth.
Eat greens, Keep Young
There are many persons who.
through improper diet. are as old
looking at forty years as they would
be at sixty-five on a proper liet, as
serted Dr. McCollum when seer
Dr. McCullum said a satisfactory
diet cannot be made out of cereals.
peas and beans. potatoes, fleshy roots
and muscle meats, of which Ameri
cans are so fond.
"Our national dietetic sin," li said.
"Is living too tmuch on wheat flour.
on bread made from it, and other
cereals having similar dietetic prop
erties; on tubers such as the potato.
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Minutes & Ordinances of Town Council
Abbeville, La , August 25th, 1921.
The Town Council met this day in pia call session, with
ion. Bon. P. LeBa, Mayor, mdbg and the foil
S'The sal| of the Mayor read as follows:
"Abbeville, Ia., August 25th, 1921.
To the Hon. P. U. Broussard, J. A. Boudreaux, A. A. Dubus,
D. 1I. McPherson and E. M. Stebbins, Aldermen of the Town
of Abbeville, La.
Gentlemen: By virtue of the authority in mre vested by
law as Mayor of tlhe Town of Abbeville, La., you are hereby
called to meet this day and date at the City Hall at the hour of
7 o'lhock p. in. aving ascertained that there are no existing
Ordinances covering various offenses, therefore this meeting
is called to adopt Ordinauces as follows:
To define the offense of Assault and to provide a punish
mnent therofor. To define the offense of Assault and Battery
and to provide a punishment therefor. To define the offense
of isanlder and proviel' a punissLnent therefor. To define the
offense of Concealed \'eapon and ('ovide a ipunishment there
for. To defifha the offenme cf t)isturbtane of the Peace and pro
vide a punishmelnnt tl:eref(:i. To define a D)isorderly House de
claring the saint' unlawful and to provide a punishment for
keeping the same or to be it: any wise connected therewith. To
define tl e offense of Affray declaring the same unlawful and
providing a l)unihl4',nt ti or'efor. oT d'tii thu o nuse of
Vagrancy and to proviidi, a l)unlshlieitt ther~or.
[Siglnid ' ROM. P. LEBLANC,
Mayor Town of Ab eville, La.
|'itatiop is 1 p:rh:by WaiVed1 and service accepted this 25th
day of August, l01.l:
r.. . .IIOUSSARD,
J. A. BOODREAUX,
A. A. 1)l'IU'S.
), 1, McPHE1lt~S N,
I hrrteby re')t ify Iha I 1 :i\ve serve\d notice of the above call
on the Counpilwa i as e\videnced by their signatures above
written, OASTOt N I)U'PTII,,
Chief of Police.
After duIt. r.'ading of the above call, meeting then pro
()n motion of itr, PeuLis, dtily et,on( l by 'Mr, Broussard,
duly put to vote and uaauileusly adlopted, vote tlherefor being
registertd as follws;: .. U. Birou(sard, Yen; J, A. Boudreaux,
Yam; A. A. !)rhu,, yea; lhrnt D. L. Mp'hrson. apd( E. M,
!leb!tills, !thf [ol .'lowg ti.if.ance detinnug the offense of
ASMA' t.T >:ul providink a pIraisbnlept therefor, was adopter1
eoction One: Be It Otrdalned by the Mayor and Board of
Aliermen, of tl. Town of Abbeville, Louisiana, That whoever
shall attempt unlawfully to, apply any', even the least actual
force to the person of another, directly or indirectly with in
tent to do him violence, shall be guilty of an assault.
Setib n Two: Be It Further ordained, etc., That whoever
shall be found guilty of an assault shall be fined by the Mayor
in a sum not exOcedin Onhe IuIdred D lars, ofr h imtprion
Inent hot exc eding thirty ,lays, aibjet o l r on the public
works of the towtn, or both at tl;h di(sro on the Mayor.
Nection Thr0: Be It 'urthler t)rdlained, oeta, That this
Ordinanor shall take offect itunedliately upon its adoption, for
t;etion Four: Be It Further Ordained, etc., That all
Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith be and
the same are hereby repealed.
On motion of Mr. Boudreaux, duly seconded by Mr. Brous
(omAIto" a s f e V4
DR. B. V. McCULLOM
School of Hygiene and Public
John Hopkins University
Quart of Milk a day
'We should take at least a qual
)f milk per day, or its equivalent
mnd we should reduce our meat con
iunption to approximately S per'cei
>f the energy value of the diet. Sub
titute milk for half the quantity o
neat now used and cultivate th,
abit of using grm salad dishes"
PUTIING MORE MILK
IN FOOD OF FAMILY
Numerous Dishes Are Eanuer*
ated by Home Specialists.
Milk Toast, Cream Soups, Creamed
Vegetables, Fish and Scalloped
Dishes Are Favored-Recipe
for White Sauce
Milk toast, cream soups, creamed
vegetables, creamel tish and scal
loped dishes are all good ways of
putting more milk into the daily food
of the family, say home economic
specialists in the United States De
partment of Agriculture The milk
for all of these is thickened into a
sauce, thick or thin.
To make the sauces, melt the fat,
stir in the flour, add the milk gradu
ally, and cook until thickened, stir
ring constantly unless a double boiler
is used. All measurements are level
in these recjpes.
Thin White Sauce
I cup milk
1 tablespoon flour
1 tablespoon fat
4 teaspoon salt
J4 teaspoon pepper
Medium White Sauce
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons flour
2 tablespoons fat
4 teaspoon alt
4 teaspoon pepper
Thick White Sauce
1 cup milk
3 tablespoons flour
3 tablespoons fat
4 teaspoon pepper
For millloa and with vegetables
use the thin sauce. For scalloped
or creamed vegetable and meat
dishe use the medium sauce. The
chief use for the thick sauce is as
a binding material in croquettes and
"V a -.L .
The usual services will be held at the
Preebyteriats Chureh tomorrow,
dunday School at 10 a. m.
Morealg Serview at 11 o'clock,
ArSh a $ 4esv97 at f1l.
AB are eodislly tavited to attead.
B. 0. WOOD, Pastor.
Mr. John W. Faulk, of TIndian Bayou,
ain, Miss Beasie Lee Evans went ulp to
('r:.aley Wednesday evening and we:re
married by the Methodist minister ;t
that place at 8 o'clock. T;he- immed
inately left for New Orlans w'lere they
will spend thei- '.L..ven.o.:, and return
to Indian Tayou where they will make
their '..cJ. Mr. Faulk is principal of
t;he hiih school t!,,re and Mrs. Faulk
will teach in the school.
M. A. D. MEAUX DEAD.
Mr. A. 1. Meaux, aged 69 years, died
~4.:nay night at 10:10 o'clock after a
prolonged sickness. He is survived h,
his wife andI eig'tt hilldren. Mr. Me~sb
was horn and reared near Abbevdilh
and has been in this section the pls
fourteen year,, during the' n:,joý );iart
of which time Ihe' hwas tmllloyved at the
F..rumers Machine Shop. and until a
short time before his deth.-Oueydan
CAR TURNED OVER-TWO KII.I4
p.Ot!Lhuy ilmon,, a son of T. Simon of
'trowley, and very well known in this
.tection was killed Friday night by a
ear overturning near Rayne in which
he nd Miss 8lttt'r €fromt RItoaoke were'
rlihu.. Ie and t'c lady were both
killed. (ueydan News.
DELOAMBr R 8. ABBpVXL.L 4,
On Hunlday, A.\gut "'th, t'le Del
camhlre base hall te-mam defteated the
('rack AIbbeville ('hlit by a s-ort of is
to four olt th|e l)eleamtbro diamond.
This was one of the fine.t gam:es of
the season, andt there was a very large
crowd of fans from Abbevill t aud lba
eambrv, w.'o eewled to enjoy the game
very tiucit. both teams did their best
and it was a har.d fought game. PFo
a time the score was a tie stad there
fan much tooting on both sides.
Weeks Island base ball team will
play the Dele.ambre club next Munday,
peitt. It;,, t Delambre, itd from what
we have been led to believe their teane
is ule of the1 strongest the i)eleambre
boys have e.er played with.
Jeweilld PFaternity Pin, sapphirnc
and pCarllr, tith ialtifh *"J. (1., th''
lnd A. i.' o% hack, L'inder please rt
turn to Dorothy i(aluien,
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O7 ALL KINDM
ART PA1LS., EtO.
nII t.\1 hurwit) , hjk ;:t; ; N;i t,
lintel, it 12:00 m.
The di r giv l t f.in.,,r
1.\.,,,.t 11th was Jpr 1 ,n,,,.,, :, a ,,
c.c' -s " ii a 130 1 fi ln, ;ll ,
of i!, I':iish atten .e 1 It \ it,
to ,lo i is m kake ea n ne jus.t :1 Iiltt,
1-ite, th0:1l the one ft It.fuse ;111"1 it
willh Ie,,r-on will sa ec c ly :a fet
hou, 4,f hiis time onle 4ever... \wi i\ik,
it\ i i I. easi y to l*oeil oe to ,h
-irl en,' . o
.I wt l a "t Ver ha let thnn lr mi
fir itt tr ist few P Ver ii 'itie a;e ,
fialle I ndli , but e let togeth.i,
Io,ti koir ,me tow it otur p:nirh,
I-ut onr Sh ullher to t eel a1,1 bush,
i. o will t:i has rriset W sou we will
tlno:t only te anVe on th meran
It 11he will e best i t tl rihest and
most rlgressive Pa ili the State.
i)ur tie klnoi w that al n tuihrllr parish
in tlhe State has tie turnl resource:(
that we have and o1l1 . e.anse
they il ake the best at they have
llait the. :,re a eal . All we newt
hto ,~ is t, wake U tke take an
Ill ,; e of the .I,pe itiec : ; "Jr. -nd!
very thinig. feweydas uihliiig gavel
r,,,I-. .%hle5il'e is a to hiild a
new seater and light t :fit[ Kt: ,pan
i going to also build ater al IIlht
This is the start we :take he 'n
1"0ki' L f," w:ard to c mu't lIti.*l ,:;'
thlie imost (if it.
KEEP THINGS MU 0.
1)011 't stoip until ve male or
tiiw': n' i our Parish t thee sh l, hli
be for when we hem .we ialso
Imalke rrselv es. uit the fnot
of the class of p It will take
work, someln of oour anid a little
money to :iecomniplish. is, but it is
worth all and more costs. Come
to Kaplan on the help nta.
Verillion i Gonumn.
Louisiana is tae largest
sweet potato e M this year,
a eeop of ech the early
worth of sW ps destiae
to rot. Such Ir -4f 1a li il wtili
reflert helvy lea' ,the growers
who oarh pbutg , plan to store
their crops and . over the
glutte' period. hWi is mind the
r':t ..ion Division &.i 8tate Unli
,rsity has inaugurat&lls campaign for
tl:e erection of storie beass on every
Farmers chould bei&a to make pre
,aration for storing tisdr sweet potat: I
,tock, believes M. $il,' sweet potato
sie.ialist. Plans and ipelleations fir
I nilhli'g these house re availble upon
r. -elst from the ioeatsarm demonstra
tion agent or by wvlgb to the IIor i
uilt-.ral Department. Laomliauna tSute
Ulniieisity at Batoe .bugn . Petsovil
sulpervision will be "urii- tiac
.,pc.tion of thb hes iad itl,.
will be rendered t rýu at 4% M ,ty
period of the polp l I an'll*umber
of initalrs, iAbandomea tenant hla'S.,
t.1 othecr buildings at Is use on the
farm may be satisfaterily convertel
into storage houses at a mall most; aud
in th ehill sections of the state where
pine logs are availlabs ile.v ausj LW
used in contrglotijon aisqaste places in
w .llh to store the srjiua toeI.
It is hoped that IittIstetoumice waste
will take place ia the Ifntre farming
illndustry of the stats lli it i ulso the I
rwi'h alld dei;re of M Nulll that the
fai mors raising ss potatoes will
lend a co-operatives head to this amiliu
pRaigl for huilding sweet potato storage
houiuet8 Mii' thus brinlg about littl, or
no luse) by covtructlag edeqante facril
i ies for earing for their stock.
Uliivrsity Statiem, q4tean NLiget'.
Wuirul has ben nensg I froem A. A.
(Jrmaby, state fair spetallst, who is
showtng an exhibit of ltealnalana prl
lducts at valious ift I I the north,
that the display its tihe Illinol tatae
lair ti reelvtng dae s 1e of attention
from many visitors iY aud tends
promise of attretlag (aty sorthern
flrmers to th" south. Pileular at
teintlon is beingl gives to the varieties
Si clover, alfalfa sad st!
M r,. Ormsby aslisdt by rustln A.
I)oner aud, seertalY a th@ Lraip '
tho divsia of tht-ito department
of agrlealture ia Nnew Ismas, Is planc
ig louis'iana's set llIty and her
lopportani.tv~lk hietfrl" owes of the
Itubile through the iul of a wtll.
haluihCd othihlt serfsrn .:1 of
l.,I4itnI'ai flPnesoeaskns - toture, as
well as itatall -b ul u1an dls
rthibtel ad it is - tl(! htlltghl
tlis chan'it) o ew toetuilana
wilh receivr do! as a mIe a sse
ofi lray a 4atag"s
At the el wse a ib-e i Illinois
the ehiMbit will be to the Wie
consia 8tate faire, from
August 29 to
NO OLD GOODS
Miller & Hart Bacon, 12 pounds, $2. 50
Libby's Corn Beef. 1 lb, 20c
Buynore Peaches, 11/3 lb. can 25c
Star Soap, 7 bars 25c
White Sugar, 18 pounds, .............. 1.00
Saridnes in Oil, (2 cans) .................................................... ... .... 2 5
G reen P eas, 2 pounds .................................................................... ......................... 1 5 C
Delm onte Pineapples, 2 lb. can ................................................................. ............ 3 5 c
Pet cream, tall c... 15c
" WE GIVE 16 OUNCES T TO THE POUND
WE DELIVER YOUR ORDERS
Dutel & Laporte
Phones 68 and 69 State and Lafayette Sts.
i• mm.... n.......~m :'nm u m~ m
Your. AgIu uu eI1U. azas ttont
MAVI Y .U IAD IT?
it Meay Atl Ybar to Y ourLife!
WIhy in machlinery inlspected regul:rly
hWy do we overhaul our automobiles?
RE(CAURE IT PAYS!
The "human machine" is a most
ielieatte :evico, anºd it needs an itnslp.
tion and adjustment occasionally, it it
is not to be rnlippli4 ht.fore its time.
A TllOROGL( H EXAMINATION.
1. Will find correctible defects-anl
save future misery.
2. Will increase your physical effie
ioney and happiness.
3. Will detect fatal disease, curable
only in the beg.ining stages, such as
4. Will find thdbereulosih in time!
EXPIEIENC( E TI;A('HEb THIAT:
1. '2 Ir .cent of thie peoplec examinei
:ave tnilc erculsis-and malnay d(i not
know it until too laite!
•2. 77 I"'r cent are in n 'dl of nmelic'le
or dental advice or treatmellnt for eri
oiut or min or raueI.
3. 04 per ient of the defects dliscov
ered are preventlable--a terrible humani
TIHEKRI 1 NO EX'I',SE
For any oneil to miss n;inul itnspel t
It is always true - ant O 'unce o(f pre
vention is worth a pounll of anre. The
eheapest and most useful ounte of pre
vention in the world is a REG(ULAR
Loualam tate Bosra of Health.
RNTERTAINS C)o CLUB.
Miss hello L.'Blane entertained the
i0)0 f"at' .,turiav afternoon. The
gi:,.sts %ere Misses , ay Le!Blan., Irene
Brnsri.ti, Elizaleth Welten, rof New
O'etiIns; Alzina. bl.atie, of New Or
leºan Antnette Wearing, of Knatoekv;
I. .ly~a Montague, Thelma toil,nt, Miss
lthernhn of Alabama; Mesvdiames. F. J.
"antson, . P. Putnam, Jr., T',eop.ºile
BRnldoln and R. J. Chanvier. Among
the club memlers the prizes were:
Miss Hilda Hebert won first prize arnd
Mrs, P'. U. Broussard 2nd prize. The
guest prize was won by Mrs. £Roul
lOOM FO RLENT.
Good frout room, furnished, for rent.
Aplj to Mra. R. 4 Q. M1cCoUisaky.
ROUGH RICE BUYERS
Vallee's Bonded Warehouse
A LIBERTY BOND LUTHERAN CHURCH
Redeemed U S Liberty Bonds mostly paid for the buildmi of thise
GCerman Lutheran church at Coatsburg. Ill. which cost $70.000 Rev.
A. H. Zeilingr is the pastor. He pointed out at the dedication recently
that the church service flag had twenty-two stars in it, and every mem
Iber had proved ovter and over agatn the loyalty to the country of their
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